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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Medvedev admitted the rupture of diplomatic relations with Kiev: anything can happen


Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev has commented on reports of a possible rupture of diplomatic relations with Ukraine on the background of sabotage in the Crimea, which, according to the Russian authorities, authorized by Kiev.


photo: premier.gov.ru

Earlier media, citing its sources reported about the possible rupture of diplomatic relations with Kiev after the arrest of saboteurs on the border of Crimea with Ukraine.

Read the material: “the Crimean saboteur No. 2” was a “carrot” with the experience

The head of the Cabinet considers it possible as a method of influence on the Ukrainian side.

 

According to Dmitry Medvedev, it’s a pity that such crimes (sabotage and terrorist attacks in the neighboring country — approx.ed.) authorized “by the leadership of our country,” even in the conditions of uneasy relations in recent years.

“It is very unfortunate for our country, and especially for the people of Ukraine, which is trying to distract from domestic problems”, — said Medvedev.

The Prime Minister considers that thus the authorities of Ukraine to distract their citizens from domestic problems, saying “the Fatherland is in danger”.

“Completely understandable move. Absolutely immoral” — quoted Medvedev RIA Novosti.

With regard to the rupture of diplomatic relations with Ukraine, then, according to the head of the Cabinet of Ministers, possible. In history, anything can happen” – he said, Recalling the situation in Georgia after the “08.08.08”.

“If other options to influence the situation will not remain the President, probably, such decision can accept,” — said Medvedev.

Read the material: the Kremlin to break off diplomatic relations with Ukraine

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